A beautiful early spring ephemeral, Bloodroot has been used for a variety of uses from medicine to dye to body paint. This plant is a low dose botanical, meaning you should only take a few drops at a time and it should not be taken long term.
This beautiful plant is easy to grow in a shade garden as Bloodroot prefers deep shade to dappled sunlight, in clay to humus soil that drains well although it does need regular watering or will go dormant early. It is well worth growing this plant to not only help this plant to thrive but also to add interest to your early spring garden.
Issue 122 – Bursting Forth the Bloodroot Table of Contents:
Note to Parents
All About Bloodroot
Scramble, Search and More: Circle the Energetics, List the Vitamins and Minerals, List the Constituents, Word Search, Word Scramble, Multiple Choice
Herbal Lore: How Bloodroot Got Her Name
Songs and Poems: B- B- Bloodroot, Ode to Bloodroot
Herbal Recipes: Bloodroot Extract, Bloodroot Infused Oil, Bloodroot Salve, Bloodroot Syrup
Herbal Crafts: Drawing of Bloodroot, Bloodroot Dye, Bloodroot Flower Crown
How Many Words
Maze: Can you find your way through the Bloodroot flower?
**NEW** Habitat Cultivation & Substitutions
Journal: Write your thoughts, medicine making notes and other information about your month with Bloodroot
52 pages from Cover to Cover – PDF downloadable file